School may be out for summer, and while attending school in the summer might seem like a hardship, for those of us who enjoy singing, attending a summer singing school or camp can be a great experience to learn new songs and improve technique in a relaxed atmosphere! Although some schools require auditions and an early sign-up, there are summer singing programs that are designed for amateur singers who want to improve their skills - many of these still have spots open for this summer.
If you’ve resolved to become a better singer, the good news is that everyone can sing and that everyone can improve their singing and performance abilities.
If you’ve taken singing classes (in a group or privately) and are looking for a way to maintain good vocal technique, following singing lessons on CD or DVD is a great way to keep your voice in shape. Read more »
To continue our series of articles on learning to sing, an alternative to taking private singing lessons is to find a school that specializes in singing, performing and song writing, frequently referred to as a Vocal Music Program or a Music Program: Vocal Performance. Here are a few tips to help you find a singing school.
If you’re wanting to learn how to sing and you’d like focused attention for your vocal instruction, taking private lessons with a voice teacher might be the best option for you. Many singing teachers look for new students in the Fall so now is a good time to look for a teacher.
If you’ve always wanted to learn how to sing, but didn’t know where to start, now is a good time to look for group singing lessons that will start in September, or choirs that are recruiting for the upcoming season. Read more »